Sports Irritations around 30 spectators at the Aue game

10:50  17 january  2021
10:50  17 january  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The presence of around 30 spectators at the home game of the second division soccer team FC Erzgebirge Aue against Fortuna Düsseldorf caused some irritation.

Zuschauer stehen beim Spiel des FC Erzgebirge Aue gegen Fortuna Düsseldorf auf der Tribüne. © Robert Michael / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa spectators stand in the stands during the game between FC Erzgebirge Aue and Fortuna Düsseldorf.

The people had watched the 3-0 defeat of the Saxons on the back straight of the Erzgebirgsstadion and had loud chants several times in the second half. The photos show how the minimum distance was not observed. Some people also did not wear a mouth and nose cover, which violates the hygiene concept of the German Football League (DFL).

According to Aues managing director Michael Voigt, the spectators had helped clear the snow in the run-up to the game. “The people were available on call during the game to help clear the pitch immediately if there was more snowfall,” said Voigt.

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handball Bundesliga team SC DHfK Leipzig will play its first preparation game of the new year on Thursday (5 p.m.). The team of coach André Haber meets the second division club EHV Aue in the small arena. The game takes place without a spectator, but the Leipzigers broadcast the game in a live stream on their Facebook page. © Hendrik Schmidt / dpa-Zentralbild / ZB Leipzig's head coach André Haber reacts on the sidelines.

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